Pulitzer Prize winner John Strohmeyer's account of the collapse of Bethlehem Steel. As editor of the Bethlehem, Pennsylvania,Globe-Timesfrom 1956 to 1984, Strohmeyer followed the steel industry from the height of its power through its decline. He evaluates the self-indulgence of both the unions and industry management and movingly describes the human agony caused by the failure of steel. His account is reinforced by over one hundred interviews with steelworkers, union leaders, steel executives, and industry analysts. First issued in 1986, the book is more significant than ever. In this edition, Strohmeyer includes an update on steel today.
Subjects: History, Business
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